Perfect Playlist for Intense Study, and why you Really Need it

When the time comes to study for a big exam, a lot of students face distractions such as dorm mates goofing off in the hallways or roommates watching TV on full-blast. But going to the library to seek out some peaceful study can be next to impossible given all of that coughing and page-flipping in…

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10 Artists Who Are Now Officially ‘Dad Music’

Do you find it difficult to adapt to the music of the Generation Z and feel that the old times were better? Do you despise all of the artists that are popular nowadays and think you know better? Well then you might find out that the music you like has already been qualified as ‘dad music’….

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It’s Never Too Early To Learn An Instrument

Learning how to play music is a valuable skill at any age, but when a young child picks up an instrument, the benefits skyrocket. Music has a profound effect on a developing mind, and weekly lessons offer several mental and physical benefits. As a kind of calisthenics of the mind, each lesson challenges and strengthens…

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Pop, Soul and R’nB Superstar Sam Smith Reschedules His Australian Tour For November 2015

Sam Smith’s Up-Coming Australian Tour 23-year old Sam Smith, who stole the limelight in this year’s Grammy Awards after bagging four out of the six categories he was nominated in, has rescheduled his Australian tour for later this year. Apparently, the powerfully voiced British singer had to undergo a vocal chord surgery to correct a…

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Emotional and Psychological Benefits of Learning an Instrument as an Adult

Most people think that if you do not learn how to play an instrument when you are young it is hopeless. Only the child who practices four hours a day will become a great pianist or violinist, people mistakenly believe. Although you may not become a musical legend, learning how to play an instrument as…

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4 Things All Music Publishers Should Know

You’ve read it before, but we’re going to write it again: living in the future is awesome, especially if you are an independent creator. The Internet makes both creating and sharing the things you make much easier. This is true of writers, photographers, painters…heck, with 3-D printing becoming more popular, it’s even true for sculptors!…

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Tony Baboon, the Tropical Indie Imp from Eastern Europe

Tony Baboon is the musical project of a particularly joyful individual from Br?ila, Romania. His real name is Adrian Cârciova, he is 28 years old, still remembers listening to music on cassetes, loves some good old fishing from time to time and besides music has a talent for visual arts as well. Before going solo…

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Rock n’ Animals: A Music Playlist

Popular music has always featured animals, way back to the days of iconic blues-men like Leadbelly who rhapsodized about farmyard creatures. Paul McCartney also revealed a baffling interest in Mary’s little lamb and some have made their love abundantly clear. Here is a list of re-imagined songs from Bryan Adams to King Crimson that demonstrates the…

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Five Post-Rock Bands with under 50k Likes on Facebook

Post-rock is pretty hip these days, but many people think only at Sigur Rós or God Is An Astronaut when they hear “post-rock”. So lets see a bunch of other post-rock bands that are not that famous, but that cool! 1. Maybeshewill (United Kingdom) This is the main reason that made me write this post….

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How to Break into the Music Industry

A lot of young musical artists want to make a name for themselves in the music industry. While it’s a fact that editing and creating music has become simpler with access to YouTube and recording equipment, it’s still not easy to get into the music business. The reason being obvious – tools like these are…

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15 ‘Somebody That I Used To Know’ Covers You Might Enjoy

Nowadays, no one seems to be able to escape Gotye and Kimbra’s ‘Somebody That I Used To Know’. The song, produced and written by Gotye, was released back in July 2011 and received critical acclaim by music critics. ‘Somebody That I Used To Know’ was #1 in the Australian charts for eight weeks in a…

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Ten Songs For a Springtime State of Mind

Birds are chirping, the sun is shining and the cold winter will soon become a memory. Spring is finally here! And what better way to celebrate than with a suitable soundtrack? Here are ten awesome tunes about spring and springtime and some inspiring lyrics to brighten up your day. Noah and the Whale – The…

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